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Lesley Partnerships with MA Schools and Districts 2013-2015

A report detailing Lesley University's recent collaborations with school districts.

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For more information on the Lesley Partnership report, please contact Sharyn S. Boornazian, Certification Officer.
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Below are highlights of some of the partnerships.

Students Learn How to Teach by Teaching


The Collaborative Program immerses students in a partnership school and classroom setting for a full year, combining experience with advanced study to produce exceptionally well prepared educators.

Elementary Education Urban Initiative

Working in a third grade Sheltered English Immersion classroom through the EEUI program.

Kennedy-Longfellow/Lesley Partnership

KLO A student from the Kennedy-Longfellow School demonstrates a program on his iPad at a recent Lesley event. The K-Lo/Lesley partnership has learning benefits that extend beyond technology. Fourth grade teacher Karla Anderson says "The iPads allow for a lot of individualized practice. They can work at their own level."

Trauma and Learning Resources

Helping Traumatized Children LearnHelping Traumatized Children Learn, a 117-page report by the Massachusetts Advocates for Children Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative, summarizes the research on how child development is affected by trauma, noting the varied consequences for academic performance as well as social and emotional functioning. This book also identifies the need for school-wide ecological supports (Trauma Sensitive Schools) as the basis for student success.
 
Helping Traumatized Children Volume IIA second volume, Helping Traumatized Children Learn Volume II, articulates the process for encouraging development of Trauma Sensitive Schools, through the creation of Learning Organizations within schools that follow an effective change process using an inquiry based methodology. A policy agenda calls for changes in laws and policies to support schools.